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. the individual mandate has been ruled unconstitutional. >> wrong, wrong, wrong. how did cnn and fox news blow the story? why did they rush to judgment? and what about the pundits who have been saying for months that the health care mandate was toast? >>> it was an extraordinary, an extraordinarily uncomfortable television moment. ann curry bidding farewell to the "today" show couch. >> i love all of our brilliant, brilliant producers. and for all of you who saw me as a groundbreaker, i'm sorry i couldn't carry the ball over the finish line. but man, i did try. >> was the veteran correspondent humiliated by nbc? >>> plus, a magazine article by a woman who quit the obama administration because she couldn't juggle the demands of motherhood strikes a very deep chord. >> no one says any more this is no job for a woman because, a, that's discrimination. but plenty of people say this is no job for a mother. >> but have women in the media trumpeted this because they're all part of a privileged elite? i'm howard kurtz, and this is "reliable sources." >>> let me say at the outset, it is not easy to gra
upheld the health care case. >> here's how it played out on cnn, and it wasn't pretty. >> we're still going through the reading -- the opinion, but i want to bring you the breaking news that according to producer bill mears, the individual mandate is not a valid exercise of the commerce clause. so it appears as if the supreme court justices have struck down the individual mandate. the centerpiece of the health care legislation. >> wow, that's a dramatic moment if, in fact, the supreme court has ruled that the individual mandate is, in fact, unconstitutional. that would be history unfolding now. >> the court striking down that mandate is a dramatic blow to the policy and to the president politically. >> as we're reading through this again, we're reading that the entire law has been upheld, wolf. >> if in fact that is the justification, then it's a huge, huge victory for president obama. >> fox news also started down the wrong path. >> we have breaking news here on the fox newschannel. the individual mandate has been ruled unconstitutional. >> we're getting conflicting information. if y
elmo until he managed to dance out of danger. jeanne moos, cnn, new york. >> don't mess with the mascots. that does it for me. thank you very much for watching. i'm wolf blitzer in "the situation room." the news continues next on cnn. >>> hello, everyone. i'm don lemon. thank you for joining us. we're going to get you up to speed on the headlines right now, beginning with a deadly disease outbreak with no name and only children as victims. it's an illness doctors have never seen before and so far can't treat it or stop it. at least 61 children are dead, all in cambodia. the global medical community is stumped. >> it is very difficult to assess how dangerous and how rapidly spreading it will be if we don't know what we are dealing with. >> this mystery illness causes a respiratory attack that kills children. >>> federal agents busted a massive drug operation in tempe, arizona. they took in three tons of marijuana, 30 pounds of meth amphetamine and $2.4 million in cash. 20 people were arrested. >>> libyan people voting freely and openly. it is the first real live democrati
. congratulations, wow. >>> sounds like something out of a hollywood blockbuster. cnn's brian todd is in cape cod where some unwelcome guests are putting a damper on beachgoers' fun. >> reporter: it's the height of the summer vacation season here. behind me, just a beautiful beach here. the weather is great. our photo journalist is going to show you a sweep of the beach here. you'll notice there's no one in the water. that's for good reason. gorgeous weather at the height of summer. but they're only going in waist deep, and it's not because the water is cold. >> i grew up watching "jaws" in the '70s. i don't want to relive that. >> this is what they're worried about on cape cod. not far from where "jaws" was filmed, great white sharks are back. >> tuesday was the most recent sightings by a spotter pilot. >> reporter: each measures at least 14 feet. authorities identified 20 of these predators off the cape over the past three years and believe many more are lurking. a group called cape cod shark hunters tracks, photographs and tags the great whites. we're out off the cape looking for the sharks wi
for starting your morning with us. we have much more ahead on "cnn saturday morning" which starts right now. >> announcer: from cnn world headquarters in atlanta, this is "cnn saturday morning." >>> june jobs numbers send investors into panic as the dow plunges over 100 points. why the numbers just didn't add up for wall street. >> we see this as a powerful symbol of our commitment to afghanistan's future. >> reporter: an unannoun. >>> an unannounced visit to afghanistan and announcement on troop withdrawal. >>> two great whites threaten the coast of cape cod. now the hunt is on to find them before they claim a human life. good morning, everyone. i'm randi kaye. it is 8:00 on the east coast. 5:00 a.m. out west. thanks for waking up with us. we start this morning with the economy and new jobs report. it wasn't quite what experts had hoped. just 80,000 jobs added in june. that fell below expectations and caused a ripple through the stock market. the dow down 124 points at the close. there was some good news. additions in manufacturing jobs was a highlight for the white house. 14,000 jobs were
-pedic -- the most highly recommended bed in america. >>> good morning, everyone. welcome back to "cnn saturday morning." scientology is a controversial and misunderstood religion. the church is famously secretive about their practices and inner workings, which just leads to more questions. we're focusing on scientology this morning, the myths, the money and, of course, the celebrities. it seems what many people know about the church is what they hear from celebrities. actors and actresses count themselves as members. people like tom cruise. cnn has more on cruise's connection to scientology. >> reporter: when it comes to scientology, tom cruise may be the most famous defender. tearing into matt lauer over psychiatrist. >> do you know at roll, ritalin, do you know now ritalin is a street drug. >> the difference is -- >> matt, i'm asking you a question. >> i understand there's abuse of all of these things. >> no, you see, here is the problem. you don't know the history of psychiatry, i do. >> reporter: although cruise joined scientology in the 1980s over the past decade his public identification
lost power during a freak storm one week ago and still at this hour don't have it back. cnn's emily schmidt joins us live from virginia. a state that has been hit hard by the power outages. how are peepiople coping there? >> reporter: it has been a long week. these toppled trees went down over a week ago and that was only the beginning of the problem. then came the heat. this is tenth straight day that the they were has reached at least 95 degrees. today, the temperature here is going well into the triple digits. the storm impact keeps piling up. we were driving through another part of the community in springfield, virginia. we saw some man who was out working on his deck in the middle of the day. we said why are you doing it today? his answer, he's renovating his house and last weekend's storm kept him from working then. now he has to catch up to try to get ready for his contractors. the contractors happen to be in the front yard. they were hauling 150 pounds of concrete one wheelbarrow at a time. that's hard work any day, let alone on this day which could very well break heat reco
-- www.vitac.com >>> i'm suzanne malveaux, this hour on "cnn newsroom" we're focusing on the death of an icon. the tens of thousands of people still left in the dark in the northeast. and a new political poll that shows president obama holding just a three-point lead over mitt romney. want to get right to it. >>> first, actor andy griffith has died. we all remember iconic show theme and his folksy manner made him a star in the 1960s. as sheriff andy taylor on "the andy griffith show." set in the fictional town of mayberry. griffith played a single bad who kept the peace and doled out advice in a country town. in the 1980s he found fame again in the courtroom drama "matlock." he was a member of the tv and christian music hall of fame. want to bring in our own larry king who joins us by phone who knows mr. griffith well. you interviewed him several times. give us your impressions, your sense of who he was. >> well, suzanne, he was an incredible person. not only as a talent but as a friend and as an individual. he was always kind and sweet and he was an underrated performer in my opin
story. our own dan lothian and dana bash, they are both standing by live. but first cnn's poppy harlow breaks down the numbers. >> hi there, wolf. i think the headline for this jobs report is disappointing. only 80,000 jobs created in the month of june. unemployment stays at 8.2%. we need to be creating somewhere between 300,000 and 400,000 jobs a month pretty consistently to bring that rate down. issues here 12.7 million americans still unemployed in this country. 5.4 million of them have been out of work for six months or longer. the longer you're out of work, the longer it takes you to find a job. that is a problem. also very key here. 2.5 million people are not counted in this unemployment rate at all. they can work, but they have stopped looking for work. so they're not counted in the unemployment rate. so it's actually higher than 8.2%. also very key here is minorities. we have to look at what has happened to african-americans. their unemployment rate has gone up for the month of may. it's now nearly 14.5%. it is pretty much double unemployment for whites, hispanics, 11% unemploy
in "cnn newsroom." >> good morning, and happy fourth of july to you too. >>> hot, hot, hot. today could be one of the hottest july fourths ever. that could happen in several major cities. heat, humidity, and thunderstorms will blanket the nation. >>> plus, this. >> just think of how many we got into one sentence. that was really impressive. what wrote this [ bleep ]? >> oh, new york mayor michael bloomberg unplugged at the nathan's hot dog wagon. seems he couldn't stomach the puns, like let me be frank. it's going to be a dog fight. and i'll relish it. it's bloomberg like we've never seen him. >>> also -- >> you can see the sparks flying all over the place. it was raining fire down on us. >> on the frontlines, colorado firefighters taking cnn with them as they fight the fires home by home. the fire chief telling the denver post this morning he knew the fire would happen, that it was a monster ready to awaken and kill. >>> and on this independence day, what's your definition of a hero? our men and women in the military? your mom, your dad? think about it. it's our talk back question of t
then they fired two real bullets. an autopsy report obtained by cnn shows them entering the side of his arm, indicating chamberlain was not facing the officers or had turned away. >> so the story that the police put out that he was an ax wielding black man trying to hurt a police officer is what it is, a flat-out lie. >> reporter: chamberlain's lawyers acknowledge he did throw out a silver object. >> at that moment, a bolt cutter comes from the police officers and removes the object. so from that point forward, there's absolutely no evidence that at any time mr. chamberlain had a weapon in his hands. >> reporter: there is no way to know. the taser video suddenly cuts off before the shots are fired. so you must have thought it is ironic in sort of the terrible way that someone summoned to your father's door to help save his life, if he had been having some kind of heart emergency -- >> yes. >> reporter: -- ended up shooting him. >> yes. and they took his life. unnecessarily. they didn't have to. >> reporter: chamberlain's niece wants to know why police couldn't defuse the confrontation and w
cnn opinion research polling shows that people are really split on this, folks, 50-49 on this ruling. they are no less divided on what to do next about it. 52% favor all or most of what's in the law. 47% oppose all or most of what's in the law. yet in the very same polling, 51% believe that congress should repeal the whole thing. we'll talk a bit in a moment about the politics of repealing the health care act as well as the tricky but by no means impossible mechanics of it. first, tax or penalty? joining us now, ari fleischer, cnn political contributor and former white house press secretary for george w. bush. all, bill burton, senior strategist for the top pro-obama super pac and senior legal analyst for cnn jeffrey toobin. jeff, let me begin with you. it's a simple question but not a simple answer. tax or penalty? >> john roberts' opinion said that this penalty, tax, whatever you want to call it, this punishment, this payment, was justified under the taxing power of the constitution. that was why he approved the whole plan. that's what he said. what a bunch of politicians want to c
, authorities are getting increasingly concern. >> thank you very much. >>> you're in the "cnn newsroom." let's begin with history. being made today in the nation of libya after 40 years of moammar gadhafi's rule, libyans lined up to vote in the country's first free election ever. they're electioning a national assembly that will be responsible for appointing a traditional government. our reporter is live in tripoli. thank you for joining us. the polls closed about an hour ago. we're hearing the turnout was very heavy. is that what you've been seeing? >> reporter: well, gary, the polls might have closed but the celebration is not over. people are out on the streets driving around, their horns, as you might hear right hundred me to the tune of lift your head up high. you are a free libyan. a lot of jubilation and celebration on this day for libyans and yes, the turnout according to electoral officials has been really high. about five hours ago, the electoral commission announced that 1.2 million, that is, out of 2.8 million registered voters did turn out and vote. there were a lot of people wh
against the waldo canyon blaze, hoping to gain more ground on their 70% containment. cnn's jim spellman is live in colorado springs, and you have more of the exclusive pictures which are actually pretty frightening to show us. >> reporter: that's right, carol. they are making a lot of good progress against this fire now. but this is our first look really at what it was like up close, fighting this blaze last tuesday when so many homes were destroyed. take a look. the scene in the devastated mountain shadows neighborhood of colorado springs now. but this is what it looked like last week as high winds drove the fire down from the hills. behind the camera, colorado springs fire department videographer steve shoeper. >> you're starting to smell the smoke. and your head is on a swivel. i have sparks raining down all over me. >> reporter: firefighters converged on the scene. they had to quickly determine which homes to defend and which ones were beyond saving while stopping the fire from advancing. >> made that line in the sand and they said, this fire does not get past us. and that's what th
, but decided to handle the issues internally. here's what else we are working on for cnn saturday night. a cnn exclusive. he had it all. basketball, money and fame. >> good luck to you. >> he lost it all. jason williams on his rise, his fall, and why he said prison saved his life. >> we can't be her. she is my best student. >> turning a mind eye to mean girl who is turn into meaner women. >> tom cruise katie holmes and the end of tomcat. why some say scientology is to blame for the break up. first we will be direct here. he wants us to be. from first round draft pick to locked up felon. by all accounts, jason williams was a star at the young age of 22. a first round draft pick and few could rival the forward when he was under the net. few people could. it seemed his career had no ceiling. he was only continuing to rocket to even higher heights until 1999. in a game against the atlanta hawks he collided with a teammate and broke his leg. in one moment, his entire career on the court was over. his plummet hit depths unknown and on valentine's day in 2002. he was showing off a shotgun in his new
.m. on the east. >> this is cnn's "breaking news." >>> and we begin with this breaking news this morning. violent thunderstorms slamming eastern tennessee overnight. reportedly killing two people and injuring dozens more people. the storm's tearing through parts of the great smoky mountains. the park spokesamerican telling wtae that a falling tree killed a woman and another man died when his motorcycle wrecked during the storm and rob mars an mow is going to let us know where they're going. >> good morning. >> well, the storms have weakened. around 5:00 they were rolling down the south, the western part of the smoky mountains. if you don't know east of knoxville. a lot of tourists get millions of visitors, as a matter of fact. as you would imagine in the middle of july, a lot of folks camping via tents and rv. that's the danger these storms pose. there was a storm -- there was a severe thunderstorm watch posted at the time but regardless kind of a couple cells or clusters of cells converging on this area as it drove down to the south. with all the heat that was built up, much like the deraiecho a
position on something can fit on a bumper sticker, you need to do a little bit more research. "cnn newsroom" with carol costello starts right now. >>> good morning. on the attack, the showdown is in iowa this morning as rnc chair priebus goes after the white house, showing up in cedar rapids hours before the president. his goal, to promote the republicans' new website out just today slamming obama saying that the president shipped the recovery overseas. >>> the war on drugs. it's a failure. chris christie mincing no words, saying his state is warehousing addicts every day and giving them no treatment. >>> the governor and the gestapo. maine's republican governor walking back comments he made comparing the irs to the nazi secret police. this morning we hear from governor paul la page. >>> and records smashed from the midwest to the east coast. and now a new record. this past year has been the warmest ever for america. so turn up the ac, grab a cold drunk. "cnn newsroom" begins right now. >>> good morning to you. thank you so much for joining us. i'm carol costello. right now, president obama
. >> another weak month. this is the estimate. analysts surveyed by cnn money expect this economy to have added 95,000 jobs in the month of june, not god at all. to give you perspective what we need to see 300,000, 400,000 jobs. what's interesting is that the unemployment rate hasn't been below 8% since right after the president was inaugurated. another issue we've seen a lot of jobs growth, over 200,000 created in january. this summer, we've had very anemic jobs growth. the question is we have even more economic headwinds so how are we going to see a vast improvement? europe is at a tipping point. also, the u.s. economy is at a tipping point. we don't know if and when congress will act on things like the jobs act. additionally who the next president will be. that uncertainty, what ma makes businesses do and say is that we'll stay on the surveillances and not hire as many people as we thought we might. right now let's take a look at the big picture here. all political, guys, because, of course, after this jobs report this morning, we only have four more. four more jobs reports until that electr
, even in cnn's latest poll, a majority of americans over 51% in c. this n's poll and the average is a 10% gap want the individual mandate repealed, want obama care in its entirety repealed so he's got a winning issue if he focuses on that and tells people he's going to repeal the whole thing. but this saying it's a mandate in massachusetts and a tax at the federal level, people in des moines or toledo don't understood the nuance between the federalism between what a state can do and the national government can do. they might as well bite the bullet and say it's a tax but it's going away under mitt romney. >> erick erickson, appreciate you being on, alison, as well and ron brownstein. >>> colorado's massive wildfire forced them from their homes. so what happens now to all those pets that have been left behind? that's next on the program. >>> possible glimpse inside the highest levels of syria's dictatorship, courtesy of wikileaks, ahead on the program. colorado's history is now nearly contained. the waldo canyon fire spread so fast it forced thousands of families to flee their homes. the
class while romney only wants to protect rich people like h himself. cnn's dan lothian is at the white house and the president is going to put on quite a show. >> reporter: that's right. and turning a little bit of the attention away from what we saw last week, those disappointing jobs numbers. the president turning his focus on extending the bush-era tax cuts for those making up to $250,000 a year for only a year. the president really has been on this push, the narrative from the campaign has been one of helping the middle class or those trying to get into middle class. by doing this the president is drawing a contrast between those that he says need the most help and are suffering in this down economy compared to those he says his opponent is pushing for and that's those wealthy americans. the president will be out there pushing this theme in iowa, virginia and also some private citizens and state and local officials will also be what the campaign calls amplifying the message in key battleground states like new hampshire, florida, are colorado, and nevada. remember, two years ago in
. this was the view from the cnn center roof cam last night. it was a spectacular show, wasn't it? in north carolina, flash flooding dumped up to five inches of rain on downtown greensboro. the heavy downpour left between 20 and 30 cars stranded on a nearby interstate. >>> every day we ask you to talk back on one of the big stories of the day. is it class warfare or paying your fair share? we want you to weigh in on whether president obama's proposed tax cuts are enough to get your vote. summer is here.ncer ] and so too is the summer event. now get an incredible offer on the powerful c250 sport sedan. but hurry before this opportunity...disappears. the mercedes-benz summer event ends july 31st. but what about your wrinkles? neutrogena® rapid wrinkle repair. its retinol formula visibly reduces wrinkles in one week. why wait if you don't have to. neutrogena®. we take it on ours. this summer put your family in an exceptionally engineered mercedes-benz now for an exceptional price during the summer event. but hurry, this offer ends july 31st. >>> now is your chance to talk back on one of the big stori
and emotional. and then he got a $1 million advance to do a memoir. he had his contract doubled at cnn, making $4 million. >> cenk: that sounds good. >> right? we calculated as a staff who are the 50 most powerful gay and lesbian americans. he was number two, and he was at a really powerful place in his career. he had a big show. here was this guy who pretty much already knew in media who was gay. he had a huge amount of platform and power the way we looked at it at the time was reporting the truth. >> cenk: shana you think by definition he came out too late? you think he should have come out in 2007. >> it would have been nice to see him come out. the letter that he wrote is beautiful, gorgeous. he's a great writer, articulate, emotional. i think it would have been nice to see. done for sure. just by saying that we opened the door for a lot of media to report on the fact that we had said that he was gay until we got to this point where today there was almost no surprise. many outlets have done stories about rumors of anderson cooper being gay. they reported on the idea of it without saying it
. >>> hello, everyone. i'm don lemon. you're in the cnn newsroom. i want to get you up to speed on the day's headlines. canyon fire in colorado. towering flames, as you can see, are sending families fleeing for their homes. the fire has destroyed 350 homes and killed two people. earlier i talked with major neil harlow about the challenges of fighting fire from the air. >> extremely high temperatures. everything is causing these fires to burn hot as they are creates big problems for us. the aircraft doesn't perform, we're flying right to the edge of the envelope. >> there's one bit of good news to tell you about. firefighters now have 100% containment over another colorado fire, the massive hyde park fire, that we've been reporting so much on. >>> new allegations in the jerry sandusky rape case tonight. an e-mail thread involving the university's president and the athletic director. they knew they had a problem with sandusky back as far as 1991 but decided to handle the issues internally. >>> here's what else we're working on for you. >>> tonight a cnn exclusive. he had it all, basketball,
. >> thanks, man. i don't have a filter. >> you can take a look at all the expanded top stories at cnn.com/earlystart. >>> should you rent? should you buy? poppy harlow will join us next with some new information on the housing market. ale announcer ] we believe small things can make a big difference. like how a little oil from here can be such a big thing in an old friend's life. purina one discovered that by blending enhanced botanical oils into our food, we can help brighten an old dog's mind so he's up to his old tricks. with this kind of thinking going into our food, imagine all the goodness that can come out of it. just one way we're making the world a better place... one pet at a time. vibrant maturity. from purina one smartblend. [ female announcer ] pop in a whole new kind of clean. with new tide pods. just one removes more stains than the 6 next leading pacs combined pop in. stand out. nature valley trail mix bars are made with real ingredients you can see. like whole roasted nuts, chewy granola, and real fruit. nature valley trail mix bars. 100% natural. 100% delicious. 100%
assertion. in an e-mail to cnn, a spokesman told us it is disconcerting that this individual would irresponsibly offer such inflammatory and unfounded accusations. the safety of passengers and crew are the cruise industry's number one priority, and no one is served when broad and alarming statements are made that have no basis in fact. the cruise industry points to a law passed by congress as recently as 2010 that, for the first time, called for the public reporting of all crimes onboard american cruise ships at sea, and cites only a handful of millions of passengers where the victims any kind of crime. critics say that's because most crimes aren't even reported. and even fewer, especially sexual assaults, says randy, are ever solved. >> the criminals know this. the passengers -- the passengers that are criminals know this. the crew members that are criminals know this. >> reporter: and now this teenager knows this, too. when she finally reported her crime to the fbi, two months after the event took place, an fbi agent in riverside, california, took the report, found her story to b
internally. >>> here's what else we're working on for you. >>> tonight a cnn exclusive. he had it all, basketball, money, fame. >> good luck to you, mr. williams. >> until he lost it all. jayson williams on his rise, his fall and why he says prison saved his life. >> it can't be her, she's my best student. >> and turning a blind eye to mean girls who turn into even meaner women. >>> tom cruise and katie holmes and the end of tomkat. why some say scientology is to blame for the latest hollywood breakup. >>> but first we're going to be very direct here because he wants us to be. from first round draft pick to locked-up felon. tonight it's the cnn exclusive. by all accounts jayson williams was a star at the young age of 22, a first round draft pick in 1990. few could rival the 6'10" forward when he was under the net, few people could. it seemed his career had no ceiling, he continued to rocket to higher heights. that was until a game with the atlanta hawks williams collided with stephon marbury and broke his leg. in one moment his entire career on the court was over. his plummet hit dept
with cnn. we want to know why you have children out here begging for money at this subway. >> we're not answering any questions. >> reporter: but we found out who the man is. he's reverend robert lacy jr. he and his father are the people who run st. andrew's. the school whose children are regularly spotted hustling for money at subway stations. why are they doing it? where is the money going? >> if you have any questions, you can give them to us in writing. >> reporter: okay. but why can't you answer that question now, sir? i think children should be home doing their homework during the school year, not begging commuters for money. this poor little boy should be doing his homework. yolanda bailey had three children at st. andrews and she pulled them out. >> to me, it's just like a big slave camp. >> reporter: bailey said she was told her kids were doing fund-raising. she says no one told her they were begging. >> me and my little brother went out with pastor lacy. he told us if we didn't make $50 we would stand there until we did. >> reporter: catherine says she pulled her son ou
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